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Top message:  T-Mobile Spectrum? by Jaw3000   Oct 16, 2006, 1:48 PM

Replying to:  Re: T-Mobile Spectrum? by Jaw3000   Oct 16, 2006, 5:02 PM

Re: T-Mobile Spectrum?

by Mr. T-Mobile    Oct 16, 2006, 5:49 PM

Ok here is what I understand from what I have heard and read. T-Mobile is going to be offering service on a 1,700 & 2,100 Mhz combined freq. as it's new network. That being said it will different than in other countries as well as here. So that in mind a certain set of guidlines must be followed for phones to work on this new type of network, or maybe there is a way to make phones capable of working interchangebly, I am not sure, but that is not the case at this point. In PC Mag.com the article talks about this being a new or different type of 3g network an " American " version if you will so I am not knowledgeable enough to know how all this works just yet, but I am doing my homework. I don't want to be restricted to only phones offered in the U.S. Don't forget T-MO is going to be launching UMA soon as well. That network requires special chips to work, so phones will nedd to support dual chips if they want to work on UMA & 3G. I sure wish I knew what T-MO has in mind for all this new stuff thay have coming.

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